Downton Abbey Season 6 on Masterpiece Preview Events

Preview the final season of Downton Abbey on Masterpiece Dec. 14 & 17.

Photos from last year's screening events.

Photos from last year's screening events.

To celebrate the final season of Downton Abbey on Masterpiece, Q-TV will be hosting two screening events. Join us for the first hour of the final season of Downton Abbey Dec. 14 at the NCG Trillium Cinemas in Grand Blanc or Dec. 17 at the Delta College Lecture Theater. Both events are free and open to the public, but seating is limited.

Season Preview: NCG Trillium Cinema, Grand Blanc – Monday, December 14

8220 Trillium Cir Ave, Grand Blanc, MI

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Doors open at 7 pm and the screening starts at 7:15. For this event, guests are asked not to wear costumes.

Due to high demand, we are no longer to take reservations online. Please call (989) 686-9343 to reserve your seats.

Gala Premiere: Lecture Theater, Delta College – Thursday, December 17

1961 Delta Rd, University Center, MI

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The event starts 7 pm with a tea and scone reception in Founder’s Hall at Delta College. The screening starts at 8 pm in the Delta College Lecture Theater. For this event, guests are encouraged (but not required) to wear period costume.

Due to high demand, we are no longer to take reservations online. Please call (989) 686-9343 to reserve your seats.

Watch "Downton Abbey" on Masterpiece

Downton Abbey Season 6 on Masterpiece begins Sunday, January 3 on Q-TV.

To find out more about Downton Abbey Season 6 on Masterpiecevisit the official website.

Downton Abbey is a Carnival Films/Masterpiece co-production. Funding for Masterpiece is provided by Viking River Cruises, Audible, and the Masterpiece Trust.

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